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Monday October 16 2017

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Living life in Rocky Point

A golden opportunity for choices by the seashore, Rocky Point is on the edge of happening and is a lifestyle on the brink of development. Rocky Point is where living your dream and creating your “legacy” is possible when you’re open to life’s special attractions. The magical setting sun brings the ending of another day as it sinks into...

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The Allure of Oaxaca for Snowbirds

Oaxaca has two main advantages over other southern destinations for snowbirds. First, you can explore one of the most culturally rich regions in Latin America, and then, if the mood strikes, hop a plane, and in 35 minutes be relaxing on a sandy beach sipping margaritas. Second, there is enough of an expat presence in the city to enable a vacation...

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A Colonial Sensation: San Miguel de Allende

San Miguel is located on the semi-arid high plains of Central Mexico, near the area known as the Bajío. Geographically, it is almost the center of Mexico, making it easily accessible by air or road. Getting Here Airports in Guanajuato (south of Leon, a 1.5 hour drive from San Miguel) and Mexico City (a 3 hour drive) receive direct internati...

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Bird Watching in Paradise

With the hustle and bustle of today's life, many of us never have the time or take the time to stop and smell the flowers, let alone closely observe the wildlife around us. However, for those of us retired geezers fortunate enough to be living in Paradise, where the tropical flora and fauna abound, the beautiful flowers and birds are literally eve...

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How the Baby Boomers will Transform the Healthcare Markets

The Baby Boomers make up a huge portion of the U.S. population, and their impact upon the country cannot be questioned. It is interesting to note in particular, though, how the Boomers, and even their children, will impact the residential real estate market in years to come. The impacts of the Baby Boomer generation and their progeny, the Echo...

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The Pearl of the Pacific

For the second consecutive year, International Living has rated Mexico as “The number one country in the world for retirement” using a “Global Retirement Index.” The key criteria utilized to rank a destination’s attractiveness for retirement include: the availability of affordable housing, a warm sunny climate, a reasonable cost of livin...

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Top Ten List: Ten Reasons to Purchase Property and Live in Ixtapa Zihuatanejo

1 Twin Destination › Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo is a dual tourist location where the pleasurable experience of a traditional port is combined with the comfort of modern infrastructure and services that compete with the best in the world. While Zihuatanejo maintains the feel of a traditional fishing town, Ixtapa is a modern-planned tourist complex. Des...

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Advice from a Wise Expat

As the region’s oldest resident expatriate, perhaps I can be of help to you and your family in making your move to the Tropical Pacific as smooth and as pleasant as possible. I treasure your confidence and promise to serve you to the best of my ability. Whereas your attorney and your architect are the right persons to fulfill your legal ...

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Import and Register your Car in Mexico

If you have a Mexican license, you cannot legally operate a US registered vehicle, whether it is registered to you or not. If you have a US license, you are only allowed to operate a Mexican plated vehicle registered to a car rental company. If you hold a FM2 immigration document, any vehicle registered to you should be plated in Mexico and you s...

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Cuernavaca: The Land of the Eternal Spring

Mexicans who love Cuernavaca's temperate climate affectionately refer to it as "land of eternal spring." It is the city of choice for the wealthy who want a quick, nearby getaway from Mexico City's hustle and bustle. "It has an average temperature of 80 degrees year-round and little humidity. There is always something blooming and the gardens are...

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